Our Mission is to provide the most exciting and affordable Junior Hockey entertainment available. To create a positive, teaching and winning atmosphere both on and off the ice. Giving our players the opportunity to develop their skills so they can move to the next level of their hockey goals as soon as possible as well as create belonging in our community through involvement, fun and teamwork!
Our goal as a club is to help develop our hockey players into outstanding citizens, who are able to come together as a team to create success on and off the ice.
Our program is built around:
We help foster a cohesive team that is destined for success. Both the on-ice and off-ice development of our players is assured by a strong coaching system put in place by our dedicated and experienced coaching staff featuring the following aspects:
- Hockey and Skating Skills / Systems
- Physical Fitness
- Education in both Life & Academic Skills
- Community Service
- Personal Development
- Hockey Development
Our players have access to five on-ice training sessions per week with pregame skates on game day and a regular season consists of 48 game days + playoffs.
Off Ice Dryland
Players have mandatory training sessions in the gym. Training focuses on endurance, strength, speed, flexibility and agility
The Kodiaks Organization has a dedicated trainer attending games and comes on-site once a week for treatment and assessments.
The club has a dedicated team of doctors, dentists, chiropractors and physiotherapists in the community who work together to provide players with the best care away from home.
We recognize the difficult transition of living away from home and provide our players with safe and supportive billet families. Our players are expected to interact with their host families and conduct themselves in a positive manner at all times. Our billet families are an incredible asset to the success of our organization and we are grateful for their support.
Players are encouraged to interact and get involved in the community. We encourage players to develop leadership skills by participating in school programs, ball hockey in the local preschools, or TA with the middle school hockey academy when possible. Highlights include trick or treating with local youth or Christmas shopping for seniors in need and wrapping with a Yak.
Any player combining the start of their Jr. hockey career with the end of high school will be attending a Secondary School in Aldergrove or Langley. Those wishing to further their education can attend classes at the UFV Campus or Trinity Western or a number of other Universities around and even can continue their education online. Our organization promotes post-secondary education for its players and has several connections to collegiate-level hockey programs with recent successful player placement in NCAA Division III and ACHA Division I, II, and III, and recognized USports Canadian Collegiate Hockey.
All aspects of our program are designed to help foster professional character development with our players through coach mentorship, community involvement and most important, hockey skill acquisition.
We strive to provide a balanced lifestyle for our players in the community by promoting fun and enjoyment in a team atmosphere. The club provides monthly team-building events such as hot spring soaks, team dinners, or cooking/art classes in a local establishment.